|''Sheriff of Cochise''- The Red-Haired Visitor (TV Drama, 1956)|
Another episode of the 1950's television drama "Sheriff of Cochise". This episode, produced and distibuted by Desilu and NTA, was a crime drama that aired in first-run syndication. This episode is called "Red Haired Visitor" and indeed, hair color plays an important part in this episodes storyline. In quicktime format.
Keywords: 50s; 50's; 1950s; 1950's; Fifties; Classic TV; Crime; Murder; Murderer; Autoshop; Criminal; Hair Dye; Television; Desilu; NTA; Sheriff of Cochise
Downloads: 2,590 (5 reviews)
Mike Lanyard is called in by a close friend of his, a psychiatrist, who has a patient with a serious problem: He claims he murdered a women! Did he kill her? Or is he crazy?? Louis Hayward as Mike Lanyard and guest-stars De Forrest Kelley and Michael Pate.
Keywords: The Lone Wolf; Louis Hayward; Michael Lanyard; De Forrest Kelley; Michael Pate; murder; psychiatrist
Downloads: 1,031 (2 reviews)
|The Thin Man - T.V. Series 1958 - Clarington Productions|
Peter Lawford - Phyllis Kirk - Asta This episode guest stars Robby The Robot from the movie ' Forebidden Planet'. Nick and Nora Charles come to the aid of a robot that is the prime suspect in a murder .
Keywords: nick; nora; robot; classic television; murder; peter lawford; phyllis kirk; dectective; husband and wife
Downloads: 4,360 (5 reviews)
|Unsold Television Pilot: ''Unsolved'' (1950's Crime Drama)|
An unsold television pilot presumably from the 1950's. Based partially on the real-life murder of criminal Benjamin 'Bugsy' Siegel. Air date is unknown.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; Unsold Pilot; Television Pilot; Crime; Murder; Murderer; Criminal; Criminals; Drama
Downloads: 3,156 (4 reviews)
|Crime Drama: ''Martin Kane, Private Eye'' - Murder in the Court|
Another episode of "Martin Kane, Private Eye", a live crime drama from the early days of television. In this episode, a murder during a court hearing makes everyone unsure who supplied the weapon. Not a bad episode, though it does feature a couple of stereotypes, a few missed cues and some unusual camera angles. Though it features product placement for pipe tobacco, the amount of actual advertising is less than you'd assume.
Keywords: Classic TV; Classic Television; Crime; Drama; Murder; Murderer; Court Room; Kinescope; Live TV; Live Television; Detective
Downloads: 2,155 (3 reviews)
|Crime Television: 'Martin Kane, Private Eye' (Hotel Con Game, 1951)|
An episode of the 1950's crime television series "Martin Kane, Private Eye". This episode is called "Hotel Con Game". With original advertising for Pipe Tobacco (Note: this kind of product-placement was fairly rare on prime-time TV, despite what hopeless TV critics may say).
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 50s; 1950s; 50's; 1950's; Fifties; Murder; Crime; Detective; Robbery; Stealing; Con Artist; Scam
Downloads: 2,971 (2 reviews)
|''Four Star Playhouse'' - The Listener|
Popular entertainment from the mid-1950s. In this episode of anthology series "Four Star Playhouse", Ida Lupino plays a woman who intends to murder her husband. Episode originally broadcast on 2 February 1956 on CBS. Please note that this episode appears under the "Star Performance" syndication title, but still run the correct 25 minutes.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; Four Star Playhouse; Anthology; Anthology series; Drama; Murder; 1956; Ida Lupino; Paul Bryar; Walter Coy; Nan Boardman; Richard Lupino; Ralph Moody
|''Stage 7'' - The Deceiving Eye|
The first episode of "Stage 7", an American anthology television series of 1955, which presented entertaining half-hour stories ranging from drama to comedy. In this dramatic episode, a professor who teaches a class about the unreliability of eye-witnesses is accused of murder. Starring Frank Lovejoy and a bunch of other people. Aired on CBS. Useless info about the scheduling of the episode: In Philadelphia this episode aired on 30 January 1955 on WCAU-TV at 9:30PM, aired against "Life Begins ...
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; Crime drama; Murder; Murderer; 1955; 1950s; anthology; anthology series; Frank Lovejoy; A bunch of other people; Stage 7; eye witness